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Michael J. McAndrew is Dr. McAndrew
Michael J. McAndrew is Dr. McAndrew

Congratulations Michael!

Mohita Tagore successfully defends her thesis
Mohita Tagore successfully defends her thesis

Congratulations Dr. Tagore!

 

Cellular Snowplow keeps genes open
Cellular Snowplow keeps genes open

Michael McAndrew and Alison Gjidoda et al. publish paper in JBC that is highlighted as Paper of the Week in Aug. 26 issue.

Floer lab at the Midwest Chromatin and Epigenetics Meeting 2016 in Grand Rapids
June 10, 2016
Floer lab at the Midwest Chromatin and Epigenetics Meeting 2016 in Grand Rapids

Michael McAndrew, a PhD student in the Floer lab, presents his poster at MCEM 2016

Floer lab presents at the Gordon Research Conference 2016 on Chromatin Structure & Function
May 22, 2016
Floer lab presents at the Gordon Research Conference 2016 on Chromatin Structure & Function

Dr. Floer presents flashtalk at the GRC 2016

Floer lab presents at the MSU Genetics Symposium 2016 on Epigenetic Mechanisms of Animal Behavior 2016
May 10, 2016
Floer lab presents at the MSU Genetics Symposium 2016 on Epigenetic Mechanisms of Animal Behavior 2016

Mohita Tagore, a PhD student in the Floer lab and in the Genetics Graduate program, is a speaker at the Genetics Symposium 2016

Floer lab at the 2015 Meeting on Mechanisms of Eukaryotic Transcription
September 11, 2015
Dr. Floer presents at the 2015 Meeting on Mechanisms of Eukaryotic transcription at CSHL

Dr. Floer presents at MOET 2015 at CSHL

Monique Floer, assistant professor of biochemistry and molecular biology  Early Promise of Research Excellence Award from the College of Osteopathic Medicince
October 5, 2015
Monique Floer, assistant professor of biochemistry and molecular biology Early Promise of Research Excellence Award from the College of Osteopathic Medicince

Monique Floer, assistant professor of biochemistry and molecular biology received the 
Early Promise of Research Excellence Award

New Research at Cellular Level Might Someday Yield Big Results
September 24, 2015
New Research at Cellular Level Might Someday Yield Big Results

Monique Floer, an MSU assistant professor of biochemistry, is embarking on a study to look at how macrophages, a type of cell that is part of the immune system, can express specific genes for specific functions and why other cells cannot.